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We don't want diversity to be just an HR thing.

"The culture at Enterprise is brilliant, I know that if I continue to work hard at Enterprise it will be possible to get promoted and achieve my long term career goals in spite of my disability."

Robyn Mead

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About Us

Enterprise Holdings is the largest mobility provider in the world, with a multi-billion pound turnover and over 100,000 employees worldwide. Diversity is a central goal in all areas of the Enterprise business, and our commitment extends to every employee, customer and business partner.

We celebrate the many differences that make us unique as they help make our business a successful one. Since our founder Jack Taylor started his small business in St Louis in 1967, Enterprise has prided itself on our approach to diversity and the support our employees receive.

Enterprise aims to create a culturally aware workforce and a culturally competent organisation that mirrors the makeup of the communities we serve.

Or as Andy Taylor, our Executive Chairman puts it:

“Enterprise is fully committed to providing every employee with an inclusive workplace that offers the respect, training and opportunities to succeed. That's simply who we are as a company, who we are as individuals and how we will continue to build our success in the 21st century.”

Did you know?

We want to ensure we're able to support local businesses and larger companies owned and operated by a diverse range of people.

For these reasons, we've forged relationships with key organisations to help us provide better approaches to diversity.

Supplier Diversity Programme

We work hard to make sure that our supplier base reflects the diversity of our community as a whole, especially by working to identify opportunities for minority-owned and female-owned companies to do business with Enterprise. Enterprise Rent-A-Car is a founding and charter member of Minority Supplier Development UK, which is a private sector led organisation.

Disability Symbol

We currently hold the ‘two ticks’ positive about disability symbol, which only further demonstrates our commitment to diversity and employing the best talent.

Accessibility Awards

We were honoured to be recognised as the Best Diversity Recruiter in: the 2013 and 2017 student-driven TARGETJobs awards; the 2014 and 2017 NUE Awards and the 2016 GradIreland awards. They all reflect our constant efforts to be open to all.



  • Management Trainee Programme Experience running your own business from the ground up. Our programme will give you all the skills that you need to understand how to run your own section of our multi-billion dollar company. How many other employers can say that?

Additional Opportunities

  • International Management Trainee Programme If you want to learn the sales and management skills our Management Trainees are given, but also see a bit of the world then this is perfect for you? You will receive training in the UK then work in France or Spain, and put into practice all you have learnt.

Tips for applying

Debs Bristow, HR Manager, who is dyslexic shares her tips for would-be applicants

  • Read our guide From the best way to fill in the application form to how to shine in the assessment centre itself - this guide has all you need to help you get the most out of the assessment process
  • Know your strengths & weaknesses Our assessment process aims to bring the best out of everyone, so really make sure you are proud about your strengths.
  • Seek out support Don't hesitate to contact us. Our recruiters’ details can be found on the website and will love to help in any way they can.

Your Plus

At Enterprise, you'll need to show us how positivity and enthusiasm colours everything you do. Ask yourself - do I have a "yes" mentality? Am I driven by the desire to achieve results?

No matter what you're disability, our graduate jobs are for those of you who want responsibility early on, and the opportunity to start moving up the career ladder quickly.

That's why we tend to focus on the following competencies.

We find that these traits mean our employees are best equipped to make the most of any situation they find themselves.

  • Customer service aptitude
  • Sales aptitude
  • Work ethic
  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Flexibility

Recruitment Adjustments

Our recruitment practices are designed to allow you an equal chance to display your skills. These are examples of adjustments we have made for candidates in the past

Contact Ashely Hever for more questions and to find the best adjustments for you.

  • Increased time available We allow additional time and consideration during the Assessment Day for candidates with dyslexia to review documents prior to beginning the modules
  • Written interview We facilitate a written "phone screen" (our first stage of the interview process) or email for hearing impaired candidate.
  • Interview We can arrange an additional interview for a candidate with a disability who was unsuccessful in the previous interview to allow a more senior manager who has completed Diversity Training to more fairly and accurately assess that candidate's true abilities

Workplace Support

Enterprise provides a wide range of adjustments including an employee assistance programme, online equipment ordering systems as well as flexible working arrangements for employee with a long term disability.

MyPlus Graduates

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    Robyn Mead, Business Support "The culture at Enterprise is brilliant. I know that if I continue to work hard it will be possible to get promoted and achieve my long term career goals in spite of my disability."

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    Will More, Talent Acquisition Intern Identify your strengths and play to them, then put in processes to deal with your weaknesses.

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MyPlus Professionals

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    Debs Bristow, Human Resources Manager "I am very lucky that Enterprise's culture is so focused on support and inclusion. It's so embedded in the business that a lot of what the employees do just comes as second nature to them."

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    James Martin, National Marketing Manager It is hugely important that we are as open as possible about mental illness in order to help remove the stigma that is attached to the problem and the best way to do this is to talk.

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